Missouri Credit Union Association

  • Missouri Credit Unions Show They 'Got Talent'

    The eight chapters of the Missouri Credit Union Association are doing a takeoff on the TV reality show "America's Got Talent" with a home-grown version this fall called, "Credit Unions Got Talent."

  • Missouri CUs Do Takeoff on 'America's Got Talent'

    The TV reality show, "America's Got Talent" is getting a credit union version this fall thanks to some creative work of the Missouri Credit Union Association and its eight chapters.

  • MCUA Sets Timetable On Holub Successor

    The Missouri Credit Union Association is looking to hire a replacement for its retiring president/CEO, Roshara Holub, within the next 90 days, according to the group's chairman, Stan Moeckli.

  • MCUA Sets Timetable on Holub Successor

    The Missouri Credit Union Association is looking to hire a replacement for its retiring president/CEO, Roshara Holub, within the next 90 days, according to the group's chairman, Stan Moeckli of St. Louis.

  • Troops Muster Against Durbin Effort

    The industry furor over the interchange amendment passed by the Senate and sponsored by Majority Whip Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), marked by a no-holds-barred grassroots campaign,

  • Homes for Troops Makes

    Credit unions in Missouri and Oregon are stepping up their support this summer for Homes for Our Troops, the Massachusetts charity building specially adapted homes for severely injured war veterans.

  • 'Serious' Profit Loss Cited in Interchange Fight

    As the industry's interchange blitz strode into full swing this week, CUNA and state leagues warned anew Monday about the bottom line impact on credit unions should the Durbin amendment be enacted.

  • Homes for Troops Makes Headway in Missouri, Oregon

    The Homes for Our Troops charity picks up steam next month and again in August with completion of a finished home in Missouri and construction start-up in Oregon.

  • Missouri CUs Face Closure

    The task of protecting 10 small highway credit unions in Missouri from being ousted from state offices just got tougher even after lawmakers gave vigorous support to the industry cause late last month.

  • Lawmaker Resolution Shunned, Highway CUs Still Face Closure

    Despite backing by Missouri lawmakers, those 10 small highway credit unions remain under orders to close their offices in two years and have their 27 employees cut from the payroll Sept. 30, state officials reported today.

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